So I, like many of you, have probably listened to the radio over the past few weeks, or have at least come into contact with some popular music format over the past few weeks. While I was listening to the radio on my way home, a song played with a chorus harmonizing the words, “these hoes ain’t loyal,” following a lackluster rap from the lead artist, Chris Brown. Now, to many others, this proclamation of the infidelity of promiscuous young women may have breezed past awareness, however, I am not one of those “others.” It strikes me as hypocritical that Chris Brown of all people would talk about how “these hoes ain’t loyal,” when he has a track record of epitomizing the behavior he criticizes. Chris Brown beat his ex-girlfriend, left her for a new girl, Karreuche Tran, began a relationship with the ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, whilst in a relationship with the new girl, and proceeded to make an emotional video about it. Girl, what? But it doesn’t end there however, because not only did he embarrass both women with his ironic lack of loyalty, he got kicked out of rehab for allegedly having sexual relations with the staff, and was ordered jail time by the judge for messing up repeatedly. He’s the last person to be judging someone else’s character at this point of time. I just had to mention this since no one else is.